An increasing number of Japanese companies are starting to convert their positive attitude toward the Belt and Road initiative into practical steps.
Intense heat and water shortages raise fears of disease outbreaks in flood-hit Japan.
Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Hidehisa Horinouchi sat down with Khmer Times to discuss his country’s continued support of the Kingdom.
Jazz is a genre in its own right in Japan and last weekend, Phnom Penhers were treated to an evening of Japanese jazz in Bouchon Wine Bar.
Inside the big hall of Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre, hundreds of students assembled – all celebrating the Tanabata Festival 2018.
The Japanese government pledges its continued support to improve irrigation facilities.
Rescuers carry out house-to-house searches in hope of finding survivors.
Rescuers in western Japan dug through mud and rubble, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed floods.
Nissan admits data on exhaust emissions had been deliberately “altered”.
The death toll from record rains that have devastated parts of Japan rise to at least 57.
On a recent weekday morning, a group of men in their 70s and 80s gathered for baseball practice just down the road from a junior high school where students were arriving to start the day.
Commerce Ministry is seeking to bring products up to Japanese standards of quality.
Asian teams’ recorded points haul and some stunning performances against top sides have lifted their hopes for Qatar 2022.
For millions of Japanese football fans the emotions were the same — pinch-me optimism to crushing disappointment.
Cambodia’s customs department will soon receive two patrol boats from the Japan.
Confidence among Japan’s manufacturers slips for the second straight quarter.
Colombia’s Yerry Mina thumped home a second-half header to secure a dramatic 1-0 victory over Senegal.
City Hall announces that the first 20 buses donated by the Japan have been received, and 60 others will arrive in the upcoming months.
The Asian region and the global economy have relied on American leadership but now it is necessary for Asia to step up.
New Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed recently visited Japan and rekindled his Look East Policy, this strongly indicates the Pakatan Harapan government’s interest to work closer with Japan.